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An elegant 1860’s four-bedroom family home forming the main middle part of this substantial Victorian villa, which had been divided into three properties some time ago.
The house retains the original entrance and front pathway approach, including main gate, and is located on a highly sought-after tree lined road in West Putney, benefiting from a pretty 100ft garden with a oak and brick Summer-house.
This fine family home is beautifully presented with many original period features including high ceilings with stylish cornicing, beautiful fireplaces and original doors. The raised ground floor offers an abundance of natural light with both reception rooms benefiting from dual-aspect views to the front and rear gardens. The interconnecting reception rooms are ideal for entertaining and can be divided into individual reception rooms if desired. The sitting room features a charming Victorian marble fireplace and a glorious bay window. The Kitchen/ breakfast room is located to the rear of the property in the large vaulted Conservatory, which has direct access to the mature private garden. The Kitchen offers ample work surfaces, integrated appliances and plenty of storage. The cellar has sufficient head height and provides laundry, utility and cupboard space as well as a wine cellar. The cloakroom is found on the ground floor.
The Master bedroom is located on the first floor benefiting from fitted cupboards and an En suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes on the first floor, as well as the family bathroom. The fourth bedroom and a further bathroom are found on the second floor as well as generous storage within the eaves.
The 100ft rear garden is beautifully presented and maintained with an exceptional backdrop of mature cedar and yew trees. There are three terraced areas, a lawn and mature borders. The Summer-house is ideal as a studio, office or garden-room and located at the bottom of the garden with a charming patio area giving views to the rear of the property in a secluded setting.
Malbrook Road is a wide and tree-lined residential street with brick and stucco villas set back behind leafy front gardens. There are excellent local schools, supermarkets and the Roehampton Club all within close proximity. Putney mainline station (Waterloo line) is in Putney High Street, with a variety of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The underground is accessed from East Putney (District line) and frequent buses stop at the Leisure Centre on the Upper Richmond Road.
1860's Freehold home
Middle house (of three houses)
Three bathrooms (one en suite)
Second reception room
Utility room/wine cellar
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